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  • 1. What Would Happen If
    What would happen if Allan Pinkerton had not decided to accompany Lincoln on his tour in Baltimore
  • 2. Febuary,23, 1861
    Abraham Lincoln is assassinated by a confederate Sympathizer.
    Hannibal Hamlin will become president
  • 3. March,3,1861
    Hannibal Hamlin Inaugurated as President
    Outlines his plans for the Union, and Slavery
  • 4. Civil War Begins
    McClellan loses at Antietam
    Hamlin surrenders to Lee when he marches to Washington D.C in 1862
  • 5. Confederacy
    Confederacy gains independency
    Creates alliance with Great Britain and Canada
    Slavery sustained in Confederacy
  • 6. Hamlin is not elected
    Hamlin not elected for a second term
    Radical Republicans lose steam and become less popular
    Reconstruction era replaced with Democratic presidents trying to smooth relations with Confederacy
  • 7. Expansion in seas
    Democrats control the Senate and presidency
    Confederate States of America is involved in the Spanish American War while the United States stays out.
    The United States doesn’t feel they have the power to expand while the Confederate States of America is at their border
  • 8. World War One
    With the country separated. The united states doesn't feel the need to become involved in World War One
    Confederates stay loyal to their British Ally
    Allied Victory still occurs. Germany treated very harshly at Versailles.
    No league of nations is formed
  • 9. 20s
    The United States does not become an Economic power because they don’t have the ability to lend money to Europe
    The roaring twenties is replaced by slow progression towards industrial life.
    Britain remains world power.
  • 10. 30s
    The Global depression does not affect the United States as much because there is no Stock Market Crash, the economy stays at a moderate level.
    Hitler starts to rise to power
    Japan Aggression in china starts
  • 11. 40s
    World War 2 has started
    Confederates once again come to the aid of Britain
    Without bases in Hawaii the United states is never attacked.
    D-day is a failure for the allies
    Germany controls Europe, but does not take over Britain or Russia
  • 12. Japan
    Japan continues there aggression in the Pacific with Australian and British resistance
    Japan eventually takes most of the pacific Islands, but leaves Australia
    China becomes a Japanese Colony
  • 13. 50’s
    American Economy stays moderate without a baby boom
    Confederate States of America economy suffers over war debts to Germany, Japan, and Italy
    Cold War does not occur
  • 14. 60s
    Communism is Spread to Korea and Veitnam
    Confederate States of America and the United States cannot reach a free trade aggrement
  • 15. 70s
    The United States becomes a small industrial power globally while the Confederate States of America are still lacking in Industrial Success
  • 16. 2000s
    The United States is bordered by the Confederate States of America and Canada
    Republican party is a small factor in elections
    Democratic Party dominates politics
  • 17. Free Trade
    Canada and the Confederate States reach a free trade agreement
    The United States is blocked out of trade in North America
  • 18. Extradition
    The United States offers Amnesty to escaped slaves
    Henderson v the United States of America
    Causes Conflict between the C.S.A and the U.S.A